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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Bruiser Stone, Sep 6, 2019.
John Entwistle's Frankenstein Precision. Used on so many great Who recordings!
I'm a lefty and I'd still want any of anything Igor played...
One of the Mouradian Reality basses that Pat Badger plays.
Exactly that one...
And the quadraphonic system that makes the magic... you know, if one then the other...
Sorry -- no pictures --- but I'd take Stanley Clarke's Alembic.
Alembic - Stanley Clarke Signature Basses
2 of Phil Lesh's signatures
Ritter Jupiter Phil Lesh Eye of Horus 6
Phil Lesh's Alembic 6
Les Claypool's Carl Thompson Rainbow bass
An FBass Alain Caron AC6
chris squire's rickenbacker RM 1999. i would be willing to settle for the "fish out of water" bass.
That would be a hard call. But something from any of these guys...
John Paul Jones
But if I had my exact choice. I'd want the bass used to record Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here album, specifically the one used to record the title track. Not because of fame, but because of what the album, and particularly that song has meant to me.
i got one of the LE red USA geddy Js and it cops the tone 100%. very nice bass.
Noel Redding's Jazz Bass, it saw the entire Hendrix revolution up close and retains Jimi's DNA
Felix Pappalardi's hotrodded Gibson EB-0
either one and I'M KING OF THE WORLD! lol
The P-Bass used by Geezer Butler on Black Sabbath's first record (That bass isn't the same one used on "Paranoid", BTW) and the diode equipped Jack Bruce's EB-3.
Without question, this one...
Of course, I'd have to return it to it's rightful owner...he's been looking for it for a long, long time.
At least that model is somewhat affordable. The full custom Warwick Bootsy SpaceBass would really cost a bundle.
2 please: Cliff Burton's Black-n-Gold Aria Pro II & Steve Harris's P.
Good point. Why mess around with halfway? This is the one, really:
Can't believe it took 15 posts before someone mentioned Jamerson's Funk Machine. I have a fantasy about stumbling across it at a thrift shop somewhere.
Though, honestly, if I were to get my hands on it, I would donate it to the Smithsonian.